Composition: Change Perspective

Changing perspective is something that is often overlooked in photography, but can really make a difference in your photos. 

Some of the reason I would change perspective are:
– to eliminate distractions or merges
– to give a different feel to the picture
– to look at it from a different view point
– to include something in the scene
– to frame a subject
– to emphasise a different area in the photo

Some ways to change perspective might be:
– try a different angle
– get down lower or up higher
– get closer to your subject
– change our focal length

Examples

Other Posts On Composition
Simplify Your Subject
Rule of Thirds
Leading Lines & S-Curves
Beware of Mergers
Symmetry & Balance
Cropping
Framing
Composition Printable

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